Gambling addiction

It is known that people have been gambling since ancient times. It is also known that some people play all their lives, reasonably correlating the costs of the game with the winnings and losses and just having fun, while others …

What are the DevOps tasks?

Development, quality assurance and IT operations teams working together in one seamless working process leads to the business rapid growth due to the constant improvement of software and its fast release. The methodology that consists of methods, practices and experiences …

Sustanon

Sustanon was developed in the 70s of the last century as a drug for increasing muscles during sports. First of all, this drug helps to maintain the level of testosterone in the blood using the four components of testosterone:…

Indivisible love of God

This indivisible love of God and nature runs through the mind-set of the English, being found in their poetry and literature, from Caedmon to Keats.  It manifests itself in diverse ways, such as the Green Belt, RSPCA, RSPB, the Kinder …

Fame in the Family

WS member Richard Grant reports that a letter that has come to light reveals a connection between his Hampshire-based family and Lord Kitchener.

Kitchener may not have been history’s greatest general but he became the face of the world’s most …

From Robert Craig:

I enjoyed Jim Gunter’s article in the Autumn Wessex Chronicle, Vol 11, Issue 3, but I take issue with one or two assertions.

Firstly, the “seaxe” portrayed is a heraldic device. The seax was an all-purpose tool used for chopping …

Patrons

In recent years, WS Patron Lord Bath has passed the management of Longleat to his son, Ceawlin, Viscount Weymouth, whose plans for the estate have since ruffled a few feathers.  The result has been a lot of misdirected criticism as …

All Greek to us

The Olympic Games are a Greek invention and an English re-invention.  Much Wenlock in Shropshire gets the credit for reviving the games in 1850, 46 years before Baron Pierre de Coubertin staged the international revival in Athens.

But Chipping Campden …